Courses offered in the Faculty of Education
- This course is rubbish and can be deleted in October 2010
- In the real classroom situation, students come in with diverse backgrounds and educational needs, they possess varied learning styles, applying just one method of teaching usually excludes many of the students in effectively learning, However, with the use of resources and instructional media, the varieties in the classroom situation can be catered for. Therefore, there is the need for the teacher to be acquainted with which resources are applicable for which subjects, learning style, special educational needs and so on. This course therefore exposes students to the variety of instructional resources available to cater for different learning styles, student background and subject matter. Students would be able to appreciate the media types through a study of the characteristics of the various media.
- This course is a third year course designed to introduce students to the meaning,scope, nature and relevance of philosophy to education.It aims at acquainting of students with philosophy of education, develop critical attitude of philosophy by being able to re-examine certain educational concepts and issues and some schools of thoughts and their contributions to educational ideas and practices
- This course is to expose would-be-teachers to teaching and classroom management skills
Welcome to GCE 201: Psychology of Motivation and Emotion. Understanding motivation is fundamental to understanding human behavior, including emotion, which is a function in large part of a person’s motivational situation.
This course will provide a survey of theories, models and research on the psychological aspects of human motivation and emotion by presenting social, cognitive, behavioural, and biological perspectives. Throughout the course we will explore how current understandings of human emotions and motivations apply to areas such as achievement, health, relationships, addictions, and creativity. You will also be invited to consider how this information may apply to your own goals, choices and emotional well-being.
Social studies has become an important subject in the curricula of our primary and junior secondary school systems. At these levels of our educational system, it is now a core subject which every pupil is compelled to offer. At the senior secondary level it is an elective subject.
What many teachers , especially those not specifically trained for the subject failed to realize, however, is that social studies is different from the more familiar traditional subjects like geography, history, religious studies, etc. It differs in scope and structure, as well as in certain of the specialized strategies required to teach it effectively. For a social studies teacher to handle the subject effectively, a certain degree of competence ought to be developed. The fundamental aim of this course, therefore, is to train teachers to develop this competence.
- This course is to expose teacher trainees to teaching skills that are employed in the classroom.